Ce405 Unit 1

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HUM01E405 Unit 1 Learning Activity 1 Instructor: Stacey Nichols Student: Cinthia Williams Abortion is one of the many controversial issues of the society, not only the United States, but all over the world. Abortion as defined under the Revised Code as the, “purposeful termination of a human pregnancy by any person, including the pregnant woman herself, with an intention other than to produce a live birth or to remove a dead fetus or embryo. Abortion is the practice of medicine or surgery for the purposes of section 4731.41 of the Revised Code”. (codes.ohio.gov) The legalization of abortion in the United States was taken from the court’s decision on the case of Roe versus Wade in the year 1973, which holds that “a woman, with her doctor, could\…show more content…
(Lewis, 2010, para 1) Statistics reveal that since the legalization of abortion in 1973, more than 40 million legal abortion cases in the United States alone, were recorded (nrlc.org). I feel strongly against abortion because I believe everyone born or unborn should be given equal protection to life, safety, and security. Abortion should not be legalized because, an unborn child is still a human being and life itself starts at the conception. My standpoint is based on an irrefutable proof that life is not for human to take but God, who is the only giver of life, thus, He is the only one who can take it back. With regards to my dilemma of whether the child born unwanted would become a social nuisance and there should just be aborted, I believe everyone should think otherwise. Becoming a social nuisance is refutably wrong because,

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